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Our blog

Giving young people the tools to be confident adults.

Building young people’s leadership skills can help them better express themselves and gain self confidence. Nine of our Youth United volunteers and eight students from Fort Richmond Collegiate, Miles Macdonell and U of M developed their leadership skills at the … Continue reading

Celebrating the Filipino community in Winnipeg.

Diversity makes Winnipeg a stronger city, with perspectives, talents and resources from many cultures at our fingertips. We’re celebrating 50+ years of a thriving Filipino community in Winnipeg with a feature exhibit in our first floor atrium From Manila to … Continue reading

Winnipeg youth volunteers gather for a huge Day of Caring.

Over 100 youth volunteers joined our Youth United Council for a huge Day of Caring that spanned 10 different core area nonprofits. Students gardened, painted, cleaned, ran an urban art gallery, served food, and toured the downtown area—a neighbourhood new … Continue reading

Leading the way to a better Winnipeg.

“Winnipeg is a great place to live and raise a family. We have the support of family and friends here, but understand that not everyone has that network. That’s why United Way is so important. Through our workplace campaigns, we have had … Continue reading

Teens with mood disorders rock it this summer.

Summer—the time “everyone” is “supposed to be” having fun—can be an isolating time for teens with mood disorders, without the social presence of friends at school. It can help to have something to do, especially something cool and challenging. Meeting … Continue reading

Farewell to a friend and founder

United Way was saddened to learn this morning of the passing of George T. Richardson, a pillar of our community and a central figure in the history and founding of United Way of Winnipeg. He was 89. Continue reading